Ludo Graham at Humble By Nature

Ludo Graham

Ludo Graham was born and grew up in rural Yorkshire, surrounded by dogs and horses. After moving to London, he spent the first 20 years of his working life as a TV producer, first in children's programmes, then making documentaries for the BBC, Channel 4 and others. Ludo produced Paddington Green for the BBC, That'll Teach 'Em for Channel 4, and was the proud winner of the BAFTA for Best Feature for The Choir with Gareth Malone in 2007. At the end of that year, Ludo moved to Wales with his wife, Kate Humble, working as an Executive Producer with BBC Wales in Cardiff, where he oversaw Rivers with Griff Rhys Jones, Top Dogs (with John Simpson, Ranulph Fiennes and Robin Knox-Johnston) and Museum of Life, a series about the Natural History Museum.

After two years with the BBC, Ludo left in 2010 to work with Kate on their new venture, Humble by Nature. Although he still occasionally dabbles in the world of television, Ludo now hosts many of the Humble by Nature courses, and with Kate works closely with the team at the farm on all aspects of the business. However, Kate sometimes wishes he'd help with mucking out the pigs a bit more often...